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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 4

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^3?W*V*'**»' i i « \v TWEI.VB The New*. Frederick, McL, Friday* December 7, 1961 Know America Today's Anniversaries · 1801--(150 years ago) Abilgail H. Gibbons, noted New York Quaker philanthropist, abolitionist and prison reformer, born in Philadelphia. Died Jan, 16. 1893. 1808---Hugh McCulloch, Indiana banker, Secretary of tha Treasury under Lincoln and Johnston, born Kennebunk, Maine. Died May 24, 1895. 1822--William Saunders, the Department of Agriculture's noted horticulturist, landscape architect pioneer In foreign fruits and flowers, bora in Scotland. Died Sept. 11, 1900. 1863--Richard \V. Sears, dynamic promoter, whose mail order business with partner, watch' maker Roebuck, became one of the world's biggest, born in Stewartville, Minn. Died Sept. -28, 19K. ··:··;. 1876--Willa Gather, famous novelist, born Winchester, Va. Died April 24. 1947. J888--Heywobd Broun, journalist, columnist," liberal, born in New York. Died Dec. 18, 1939. Today In History 1787--Delaware the first to ratify the new. Constitution. 1796--George Washington, «t a joint session of Congress, appearing for the last time as President, is bitterly assailed by a Virginia congressman · object- in!! to adulation paid him by Congress. 1842--The Philharmonic Society of New York's first concert--the country's first professional symphony orchestra. 1894--Southeastern Utah .-settlers arm to drive out invading Ute Indians. 1917--Halifax. Nova Scotia, shattered the day before by a muni- tion ship explosion, swept by the worst blizzard in her history. 1918--New York City bans the Ked flag. 1941--Japs attack Pearl Harbor as Jap envoy waits in Washington to talk to Secretary of State Hull. 1944--Gen. Patten's forces attack German arsenal of Saarbrucken in tank attack. 1950--Truman and Britain's Atlee cannot agree on common policy regarding Communist China. Today's Birthdays Dr. Lawrence H. Gipson of Lehigh University, historian, novf teaching for a year at Oxford, England, bora Grmeley. Colo., Yl year* ago.* Jacob D. Gortatowskl, general manager of the Heorst Newspapers, born in Albany, Ga., 66 years ago Rudolph Friml, pianist-composer, born in Czechoslovakia, 67 years ago. Prof. Zechariah Chafee. Jr., famous Harvard Law School professor, born in Providence, R, I., 06 years ngo. James Waterman Wise of New York, author-lecturer, son of the late famous Rabbi, born in Portland, Oregon, 50 years ago. William B. Given, Jr.. chairman of American Brake Shoe Co., born in Columbia, Pa., 65 years ago. Dr. Wayne L. Townsend, dean of the Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, born Cook, Nebr., 55 years ago. Today's Horoscope The, native of this day is fond of sensation and may become quite reckless in the pursuit of pleasure. There is an indication ot some success in early life but the later days seem cloudy. Great care should be taken to set the mind in a steady groove* to avoid, as far as possible these adverse conditions. Three In Movie Colony Renounce Communism HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 8 (/Pi--Two movie writers and a director, all ·former Communists, have publicly renounced tKe Red Party and its aims. f * Their renunciations were made last night in detail at a meeting o£ the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals. The three were: Director Edward Dmytryk, one of the "Hollywood ten" who served jail terms for contempt of Congress after they refused to tell of Communist connections; Writer Martin Berkeley, who was a "friendly witness" before the House Un-American Activities Committee during its Hollywood hearings last September; EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST 41 North Market St. Phone 835 33-35 SOUTH MARKET ST. SAM MILLER'S Army Shoes and Slippers $3.98 Army Fatigue Pante....$1.50-$2.98 New Work Shoes $4.98 Army Khaki Pants Shirts $1.98 Dress Work Slippers $4.98 New Army Khaki Pants $3.45 Army Navy Wool Sweaters * $2.98 House Paint _. gal. $1.98 ANTIQUES Red Sleigh - Buckeystown Fine Furniture, Good Glass Beautiful Porcelains Royal Vienna--Bee Hive Mark New Hall--Shclton Coalport--Davenport Liverpool--Chelsea PHONE BUCKKYSTOWN 478Z C O U N T S GENERAL STORE DAMASCUS, MIX PHONE 3751 Shoes, Galoshes, * Buckle Arctics Boots, Jackets, Shirts, Pantj Work Clothes and Dresses Wolverine Work Shons (perfect for dalrv work, dries out soft) $7.95 Wolverine Dress Shoes $10.95 Children's Shoes $2.95- Girls' Shoes $3-49 Girls' Black Suede Ballerinl $3.49 Kndlcott Johnson Men's Work Shoes $5.95 4-Buc.kie Arctics'and Boots ...,$5.95 Shoes $5J5 ·1-Buckle Arties and Boots J5.95 Children's Sno Kix $3.98 Boys' Sweaters $1.98 Boys' Jackets $4.95 Men's nupont Zelan Wool Lined Jackets $7.95 Men's Gabardine Sport Shirts .$2.95 Carpenter Overalls $4.95 Men's Hats $3.95 to $5.95 Men's Trench Coats $39.50 Men's Spits $49.50 Men's Ties, all colors $1.00 Ladies' Nylon Hollywood Hose, . 5 1 / 1 5 $1.19 Ladies' Dresses $5.95 Bulova, Benrus and Gruen Watches Bnlova, America Girl $49.50 Bulova Co-Ed, I7-J. $29.75 Bulova, Men's, 15-J. cold band $29.75 trarm n '·"STORMY" The Original "Head- Hugger" With Deep Fluffy Mouton Fur Trim. 100% wool knit furred with Mouton' Lamb. An inner clip holds the ·cap securely to your head to keep you oh! so warm. A sure winner for Mom and the girls. "ON THE SQUARE" SECOND FLOOR DAIRY FARM -- FOR SALE This fine farm is located less than four miles from Frederick on good hard road. 184 acres of land in high state of cultivation. 135 acres of which is crop land, 24 acres permanent pasture with stream and plenty of shade, balance woodland. Six-room home with bath. 60s 100 bank and dairy barn (30 stanchions). 2 brick silos (12x40), and all necessary outbuildings. Sale to include 34 head of cows, 4 heifers, 1950 Ford Tractor fulr Jy equipped, baler, wagons and all other necessary farm equipment new or in first class condition. Will sell farm, alone or with stock and equipment. Call us for details and appointment to inspect. M. D. HARP AGENCY -Realtors Pythian Castle Building Phone 72 Writer Richard J. Colltng, who wild he broke with Communism after joining the party in 1937. , INDUSTRIES GROUP TO MEET BALTIMORE, Dec. 6--The third annual meeting of the Associated Industries of Maryland will be held on December 13 at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore. Harold Blahcke. president of the Celanese Corporation of America, will be the speaker. The incumbent president of the association is Roy Blunt, president of the Buck Glass Company. Among the directors are Frank Thomas, Thomas Company, Gaithersburg and F. W. Weitzel, Ox Fibre Brush Company, Frederick. John R. Fitz- patrlck, of Frederick is executive director. Governor McKeldin will be rep- FAIRVIEW AVENUE resented at the meeting. Tn addition, guests will include Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro. Jr., of Baltimore, George W, Delia, president of the Maryland Senate, John C Luber, speaker of the House of Delegates. CLASS ENTERTAINED In-His-Steps Church School class of Calvary Methodist Church was entertained at a Christmas party by Mrs. Gllmore Flautt at her home on Rockwell Terrace Tuesday evening. There were 32 members and five guests present. Business was transacted and then Santa Claus arrived and distributed a gift to each one present. New officers were elected as follows: President. Mrs. Charles Browning: vice president. Mrs. Clyde Thomas; secretary, Mrs. Hazel Harbaugh; 1st assistant, Mrs. Charles Dodd; 2nd assistant. Miss Mattie Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Elgin Hemp; assistant treasurer, Mrs. Baker. The devotions and program were carried out in the Christmas heme. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Wednesday, January 2. A new mass-production method of producing one-piece, hollow- steel propeller blades by forcing hot metal through a die,'has been revealed. Blades now in use usually are made of two parts, whichl are welded together. LOOK AT THESE FEATURES:-1st flr.--L,. R. n/,-x26; D. R. 13x13, semi-parlor 19x9^, kitchen and full bath. 2nd flr.--2 master bedroms, 2 average bedroms, full bath (tile), good closet space, and storage attic. Basement under entire house, laundry tubs, oil fired hot water circulatory system, storm windows, fitted screens, Venetian blinds, attached single garage. This house is in splendid repair and located on large well landscaped lot of 75x180 running back to paved alley. See It Today -- Price $17,500.00 NED S. ZEILER 102 N. Court St. "REALTOR" Frederick, Md. EVERY NITE UNTIL XMAS Make this a television Christmas ... give your family a power-packed Philco with exclusive Balanced Beam picture--No Blvr! No Smear! It's the newest in TV-designed In advance for future television developments. ME W1952 MODELS AS LOW AS Warranty Extra TAX INCLUDED BALANCED BEAM 20-in. TV Just out--the Philco 2106 with exclusive features nnd Electronic Built-in Aerial. Small deposit reserves your set for Christmas delivery. Warrant^' Extra TAX INCLUDED 17-in. Super Power CONSOLE Philco Model 1842-M with 150 sq. inch picture, power- packed chassis, and Built-in Aerial. New Mahogany veneer cabinet on roller casters. IN RADIO, TOO, YOUR TAX INCLUDED BEST BUY IS PHILCO Hurry -- limited Quantity DAMASCUS ELECTRIC CO. Damascus, Md. Phone 2481 Frederick Representative: STONY'S RADIO SERVICE 362 W.PATRICK ST. PHONE 2202-J Have water as hot as you want it btctafl a FAIRBANKS-MORSE WATER HEATER! Why put up wiffc ifce mco«»c«*c«w ef not eooogh hot wo*er? It eosH so KHk *o bowe IK install modern w«*er beating service in yow home. AH you need to do is choose the typ« erf beot you wen* -electricity or gas. We'H do the re*L SEE OUR WATER HEATERS TO0AT! Come to owr stare today. We have bo#« gas and eAecfcric feeateB CM the floor. We'H help yo* choose a heater of the right size. W yow eoo't com* m today, write for a tree baofcie*, describing ow Sue of Fairbanks-Morse water beatets. Fairbanks-Morse Electric Wetter Hoofers Avaffafcle m 30 to 82-gallon round tank models -- 30 and 40-goHon foble-top type. Made with single or double heating elements. Thermostat keeps water ot the temperature you wont rt. Safety writ keeps water temperoHwe from rising to danger point. Fiberglas insulation. Magnesium anode rods inside tank prevent corrosion. Heaters with these rods installed are guaranteed 10 years. H. C. SUMMERS CO. Jefferson, Md. Phone: Frederick 276-J-2 A I from your druggist SETS GLAMOUR Holiday grooming needs for him! Shave lotion, talc and shave cream, ·OX"**" 1 ** 1 'Season's Greetings'' ASSORTED CHOCOLATES Exquisite toiletries in Christmas packages. * DUSTING POWDER · COLOGNE 1.65 Dark and milk chocolates with variety of centers... 3 IB. BOX 5 LB. BOX...3.49 ·^H*"******** 1 ** BOURJOIS Evening in Paris Plastic Bell Perfume... HUDNOT Gemey Dusting powder and cologne... 2.19 Surprise Sox XMAS CARDS Contains 21, no two alike; just a fraction over 2? apiece. Envelopes to match. Cosmetics subject to tax. See our full color Christmas Ad in LIFE · LOOK - POST · COLLIER'S · COUNTRY GENTLEMAN SYMPHONY GIFT WRAPS papers, ribbons; stock up! 10 C TOY TELEPHONE dial-ringing, red or blue steel, SPARKING JET PLANE friction motor. 1.59 MUSICAL POWDER BOX imported Swiss movement 4.95 LAVENDER SOAP box of 3 cakes, gift-wrapped 75' WINDPROOF LIGHTERS unconditionally guaranteed 3.00 STAB TRAVELER SET Eastman BABY BROWNIE SPECIAL ·»»*"«··«·'·». Seaforth GIFT SET Shaving lotion and cologne.. THtmALL RADIO SHOW GENTLEMEN'S CLUB WRITING PAPER K 1. REX-RAY TOASTER chrome, 2-slice model. ' 4.98 ELECTRIC CORN POPPER y; UL approved.. SCHiCK "20" ELECTRIC SHAVER {... 24.50 PEN PENCIL SET Cascade;big value. FRUIT AND NOTS Chocolate Covered--pound box CUTEX NAIl BRILLIANCE SET ., 1.50 EL HOI TAN BANKERS .Box of 50 4.40 MAX FACTOR GLAMOUR ENSEMBLE .4.40 Starring · · . . AMOS'n'AHDY SUNDAYS · CBS WILLIAMSON'S DRUG STORE 12 N. MARKET ST. PHONE 68

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